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broadside

1. Nautical the entire side of a vessel, from stem to stern and from waterline to rail
2. a ballad or popular song printed on one side of a sheet of paper and sold by hawkers, esp in 16th-century England

broadside

[′brȯd‚sīd]
(electromagnetism)
Perpendicular to an axis or plane.
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Elsewhere we have 'dispelling the myth that broadsides were not enjoyed by the lower classes alone' (p.
What is more certain is that Northern Broadsides have devised a superb production of this strange play.
By a stroke of luck, a little later in 2002, Northern Broadsides Theatre Co brought Macbeth to the Liverpool Everyman Theatre.
She described the painstaking process by which each of the hundred broadsides was printed five separate times to achieve each of the colors, textures, and fonts.
The new production, directed by Northern Broadsides artistic director Barrie Rutter, sees Charlotte, Anne and Emily Bronte living their lives brightly in a remote and grim northern town in the 1840s.
Celebrated for their revelatory approach to Shakespeare, Northern Broadsides have built a loyal following.
Another of Baskin's broadsides from the late sixties makes this point particularly.
Seidman begins his eight-chapter volume with key definitions of broadsides (crude, limited-run prints printed on one side of a sheet of paper), banners, and posters.
Head for Richmond's Georgian Theatre Royal where Northern Broadsides theatre company will be performing a new version of children's story HEIDI from November 13-15.
Yet in order to conform to then-current understandings of folklore, broadsides had to be represented in ways that played down, if not erased, their origins in the urban-based popular press.
Other broadsides were printed in other cities, including Albany, N.
The internationally acclaimed Northern Broadsides company have been in Newcastle for an ambitious project to chart 50 years of turbulent and bloody history.